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Just a few weeks old, these African boer goats are spending their childhood days like most kids: running, jumping, eating and pestering their moms. They live on an eight-acre farm owned by the Childers family in southeast Medford. Mail Tribune / Jim Craven
Just a few weeks old, these African boer goats are spending their childhood days like most kids: running, jumping, eating and pestering their moms. They live on an eight-acre farm owned by the Childers family in southeast Medford. Mail Tribune / Jim Craven
Just a few weeks old, these African boer goats are spending their childhood days like most kids: running, jumping, eating and pestering their moms. They live on an eight-acre farm owned by the Childers family in southeast Medford. Mail Tribune / Jim Craven
Just a few weeks old, these African boer goats are spending their childhood days like most kids: running, jumping, eating and pestering their moms. They live on an eight-acre farm owned by the Childers family in southeast Medford. Mail Tribune / Jim Craven
Just a few weeks old, these African boer goats are spending their childhood days like most kids: running, jumping, eating and pestering their moms. They live on an eight-acre farm owned by the Childers family in southeast Medford. Mail Tribune / Jim Craven
Just a few weeks old, these African boer goats are spending their childhood days like most kids: running, jumping, eating and pestering their moms. They live on an eight-acre farm owned by the Childers family in southeast Medford. Mail Tribune / Jim Craven
Just a few weeks old, these African boer goats are spending their childhood days like most kids: running, jumping, eating and pestering their moms. They live on an eight-acre farm owned by the Childers family in southeast Medford. Mail Tribune / Jim Craven